What could be a better boost for your career than a 1-2 year contract in the largest scientific experiment in the world – an Organization at the cutting edge of technology and one which needs your technical expertise?
Imagine having your first work experience at CERN!
The qualifications you need:
This programme is aimed at recent graduates from university or higher technical institutes seeking further training in a wide area of projects. In order to qualify for the programme the following applies:
- You are a Spanish national.
- You hold a Masters degree (“ingeniero superior” or “master”) or are about to obtain it (you are expected to have your Masters when starting your contract) in the field of mechanical, electrical, electronic or computing engineering, applied physics or equivalent.
- You have no more than 4 years’ experience following completion of your last degree.
- You have not previously worked at CERN for more than 14 months.
More specific qualifications relating to the position you apply for will be detailed in the vacancy notice. Exceptions to the application of these criteria can be envisaged if you hold a PhD degree or are in the process of obtaining it.
If you are selected, you will join a team working at CERN and have the opportunity to broaden your knowledge through participation in the hi-tech activities of the laboratory.
You could be working in fields as wide-ranging as: superconducting and resistive magnets; power converters and their associated electronics; cryogenics and vacuum technologies and electronics for detectors; including radiation resistance issues; and other activities related to infrastructures which could potentially have returns in industry.
The application process:
You can apply once per year for an FTEC position. All available projects will be published once the job is open (around September 2018) and max. 20 projects will be available. We encourage you to apply to all projects that you’d like to work on and which correspond to your profile.
The selection process will be conducted by a dedicated panel of experts from CERN and CIEMAT in the Autumn. If successful, you will normally be expected to take up your appointment in January/February 2019.
Jobs will soon be open for applications.